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Facility Management

Facility Management is a supporting process that contributes to the direct or indirect value creation of a company. Facility Management considers all lifecycle phases of a property, that is, Ranging from strategy and planning to construction, management, to the conversion and the demolition of a building. Building management is part of facility management and is concerned with the operation, management, maintenance and administration of facilities and buildings. Due to our many years of activity and our well-founded training, we have the strength to support you both in commercial, technical and infrastructure management.

Commercial building management

The commercial building management is divided into the following sub-items:

-Property management
-User and tenant management
-Utility bill
-Contract Management
-Customer controlling 

By creating test routines, we are able to bring about an effective comparison of your residential facilities and thus can react to negative developments at an early stage. This approach makes it possible to counteract them by means of targeted measures in good time.

Technical building management

In the area of ​​technical building management, we can provide support in the following areas:

-Maintenance / Inspection
-Technical management

The technical equipment of modern residential systems is becoming more and more complex and the prescribed maintenance / tests are becoming more and more extensive. It is therefore important in the first step to carry out an accurate survey and recording of all relevant technical facilities and to document them. The next step is to create appropriate calls for maintenance / verification. Regular inspections of the systems by external inspectors must be documented accordingly (test date, existing defects, next test).

Infrastructural building management

-Space Planning
-Cleaning Services & Janitorial

Already during the planning phase of new residential properties, enormous operating costs can be exerted. Here are some examples that help to reduce the running costs:

- The least possible general area to be cleaned by the housekeeping service
- If there are 2 windows, both have to be open, otherwise an external company has to be commissioned with the cleaning.
- No large glass façades
-Use of weather-resistant construction materials
-Roofing of sensitive areas, which can lead to problems in the winter
- Avoid long access routes
- Etc.

The existing home care contracts must be checked on a regular basis for their completeness and timeliness. If these are adapted to the state of the art, e.g. Documentation requirements of the home care company